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Dr. Scotti Hester will receive the Helene Cecil Leadership Award from the Poultry Science Association at the upcoming 2004 ADSA/ASAS/PSA Joint Annual Meeting. The award recognizes women for their significant or sustained scientific contributions in the field of poultry science or for recent significant leadership roles in the promotional and developmental opportunities for women in the area of poultry science. The award will be presented at the Poultry Science Association Awards Banquet on July 28.
Dr. Michael Spurlock will receive the 2004 Agricultural Research Award on Friday, May 7. Purdue News, April 2004: Innovation earns scientist 2004 Purdue Agricultural Research Award. Related article in Connections, Spring 2004 issue: Animal scientist's research brings home the bacon: Study of swine fat cells may apply to human immune system.
Purdue News, April 2004: Purdue specialists help rewrite outdated livestock standards - Drs. Todd Applegate and Alan Sutton.
Dr. Paul Collodi has been named a University Faculty Scholar. Dr. Collodi was recognized by Provost Mason on March 11, 2004 at a ceremony for faculty scholars. The University Faculty Scholar program recognizes outstanding faculty who are on an accelerated path for academic distinction.
Purdue News, January 2004: Fat cells fight disease, Purdue University researchers find - Dr. Mike Spurlock and Kolapo Ajuwon
Dr. Wayne Singleton was presented with the Hovde Award on December 13 at the 2003 Indiana Farm Bureau State Convention. The Hovde Award is presented annually to a Purdue faculty/staff member that has made significant contributions to the citizens of the state of Indiana. Dr. Singleton has contributed greatly to Indiana's livestock industry.
Dr. Mark Russell was inducted into the Book of Great Teachers in a ceremony on campus August 28. He was one of 42 teachers campus-wide (8 in the School of Ag) recognized for outstanding contributions to the teaching mission.
Dr. Donald C. Lay, Jr. has received an Area Early Career Research Scientist of the Year Award (Midwest Area) from USDA-ARS. Dr. Lay is Research Leader of the Livestock Behavior Research Unit.
Purdue News, February 2001: Genomics Research Promises to Make Hogs Less Piggy - Drs. William Muir and Allan Schinckel.